BIOGRAPHIES
LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF "NED BUNTLINE"
by Fred E. Pond

Heroized caricatures of "Buffalo Bill" and "Arizona Frank" gushed from the prolific imagination of the "man who fictionalized the West"--Ned Buntline. Yet his own life was as bizarre and eventful as those he created in his "biographies."

Buntline had achieved fame and a good measure of fortune as the author of a myriad of "dime novels," cheap paperbound adventure stories which bore such melodramatic titles as The Pirate King of the Floridas, The Doomed City of Sin, The Red Revenger, etc. The novels, published by such firms as Street & Smith and Beadle & Adams, appealed to a wide variety of soldiers, sailors and an army of ordinary workaday individuals.

Trade Paperback:
$12.95
6 x 9 inch
152 pages
ISBN 978-0692554722


THE TRUE STORY OF RAY "CRASH" CORRIGAN
by Jerry L. Schneider

For the first time in print, the true story of the life of the western actor, Ray "Crash" Corrigan, from the immigration of his parent's to the United States, to his time in jail, to his starring role in a hit western series, to owning a movie ranch which he opened up to the public, to his failings as a husband and father, through all of his triumphs and defeats. Illustrated with many rare and never-before-seen photographs.

Hardcover:
6 x 9 inch
172 pages
$24.95
ISBN 978-1365353871
Trade Paperback:
6 x 9 inch
172 pages
$12.95
ISBN 978-1537298825

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